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Photo Caption: Update of my First Low Cost Planted Aquarium : The Dream II
150 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Update of my First Low Cost Planted Aquarium : The Dream II

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Country: Phillippines
Description: 60 X 24 X 24 , DIY 2 36w Philips Daylights, Overhead Filter, DIY Yeast Method CO2,
Advice: Started w/ Dry Method experimenting w/ local emergent plants, once established (after 2.5 weeks) started adding true aquatic plants and water. Kept the lights on 12 to 14 hours a day. After a week added 1 fighting fish, week after another 9 fishes.
Fish Kept: 1 fighting fish, 2 small catfish, 5 pink tetras, 2 albino sharks and 2 rainbow sharks
Corals/Plants: sprites, java moss, cabomba, java ferns, local anubias (emrgent type), emergent grass, riccia and many others, dont remember the names.
Tank Size: 150 gallons
About Yourself: Am a bank employee, though dont have luxury of time for the hobby but I am really a nature lover, hence, capsulized nature I love and dream is what I love to do, to have and to keep.

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